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I'm thinking about the Z1 intake and wondering how often do the filters needs to be cleaned/replaced, seeing as the front bumper needs to be removed? Thanks!

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Old 11-13-2017, 12:59 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I'm thinking about the Z1 intake and wondering how often do the filters needs to be cleaned/replaced, seeing as the front bumper needs to be removed? Thanks!
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It really depends on the area you live in. I did mine every 6months since I live in dusty *** Tucson Az. It makes it easier if you have two sets and have one clean oiled and waiting for exchange.
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It really depends on the area you live in. I did mine every 6months since I live in dusty *** Tucson Az. It makes it easier if you have two sets and have one clean oiled and waiting for exchange.
Thanks for the response. I'm in middle TN, so definitely not as dusty here and I don't drive it daily. I would guess the filter location is more exposed compared to the stock intake box, so service interval would increase from the stock filters. I could probably get a away with once a year here, maybe worth it.
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i was wondering what size filter the z1 comes with ? i just ordered them for black friday. I would like to buy some Hydrosheild like covers for them. Is anyone running them on theres ?
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Seeing as the front bumper needs to be removed? If you can change a flat you can take off the bumper. Don't let this be the reason you decide to go short ram.
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Seeing as the front bumper needs to be removed? If you can change a flat you can take off the bumper. Don't let this be the reason you decide to go short ram.
Yep, the bumper pops off in a few minutes.
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